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No Borders No Race: Top Twenty Albums of 2017 (Part One)

It's that time of year, where King Baby Duck counts down the very best albums of the year! 2017 has...

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FILM REVIEW | A Playwright's Frustrations In "Wet Woman in the Wind"

WARNING: While the following article is safe-for-work, the motion picture discussed is unsuitable for viewers under the age of 18. In...

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ANIME REVIEW | Life Is A "Shobitch" In Raunchy, Pun-Filled Comedy

In high school, kids tend to pretend to know about everything, especially when it comes to sex. Speaking from one's...

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GAME REVIEW | Ridding The Undead Is Commonplace For "School Girl/Zombie Hunter"

Long ago, there were two series of games born from the the Simple 2000 line of games made in Japan....

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ANIME REVIEW | Service With A Hearty Funny Bone in "BLEND-S"

Looking at promo pics and trailers of the fall series BLEND-S, I expected there to be somewhat of a decent amount...

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GAME REVIEW | Getting Lost in the Hyper Pixel World of "Songbringer"

There are plenty of Zelda clones out there to choose from, but few are done in an ultra-pixelated art style...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Hachi-Juu-Nana

King Baby Duck is excited to see VRV taking a much-needed page out of Netflix's playbook, while recommending the Nintendo...

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GAME REVIEW | Technical Issues Can't Pardon Design Sins In "Absolver"

Absolver at first glance sounds like an interesting game. Play as an unknown avatar character of your own making, and go...

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MUSIC REVIEW | TsuShiMaMiRe Delivers Double The "New" In Rocking LP/EP Releases

It's been eighteen years since TsuShiMaMiRe first formed in Chiba, Japan, and since that time they've experimented with just about...

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ANIME REVIEW | Surviving A Post-War Struggle In Humorous "Girls' Last Tour"

What happens when the storm has passed, and the pieces of your surroundings are thrown by the wayside? Can you...

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